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Apr 30, 2010 06:14:16
Rather than locking all the reply you can give answer to any of them .... This will not work dude I already commit my mistakes so why you are using wrongly your powers here....
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Joined: Jul 29, 2008
Apr 30, 2010 08:19:21
I think this is related to
which I've locked.
That topic has been locked because...
Your question was not qualified to give an answer.
At the moment when I locked it, your original topic could no longer be edited by you, and thus I couldn't expect you to correct your mistakes.
The entire discussion of that topic became to something which is not related
Hope you've understood now.
By the way, RanchOffice is the best place for this type of discussion. So, moving this to RanchOffice.
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Apr 30, 2010 08:40:10
I think you may have confused the volunteer staff here at JavaRanch with your personal mind reading servants.
As the tyrant owner of all that is JavaRanch, I'll be the only judge of what makes for a good volunteer.
If you wish to post a question in my JSP forum, I require you to use a subject line related to the topic.
And now, because it pleases me, I will close this thread too.
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